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Posted November 04, 2011 - 04:16 PM

Here is a picture of the Springfield 325R tiller I picked up the other day. I will take pics of the blade when I get a new camera card (one that isn't full LOL).
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Posted November 04, 2011 - 04:19 PM

Casey would that have had a cover over the tines when it was new ?

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Posted November 04, 2011 - 04:31 PM

Casey would that have had a cover over the tines when it was new ?

Yes it would have Al, and unfortunately it will be more trouble to make one than to just use one off a Montgomery Ward tiller I got the very next day. The Wards tiller has the same engine orientation, similar build construction, and about 10 years newer. Unfortunately the tine guard does not protrude out the front as far as the original did, or come down behind the tines like the original. I do however have one, so might as well use it for now. I will have to buy new transport wheels also, since one has died, and the other is starting to die. I figure I will restore this tiller here soon, since it shouldn't take all that long.
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